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tlam2 onesheet Box Office Report: Audiences Decide To Think But Not Talk Like A Man At Box OfficeHere’s your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Think Like a Man Too – $ 30.0 million ($ 30.0 million total)

2. 22 Jump Street – $ 29.0 million ($ 111.4 million total)

3. How to Train Your Dragon 2 – $ 25.0 million ($ 95.1 million total)

4. Jersey Boys – $ 13.5 million ($ 13.5 million total)

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i frankenstein 1219 Box Office Report: Frankenstein Stays Dead As Audiences Keep Riding AlongHere’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Ride Along – $ 21.6 million

2. Lone Survivor – $ 12.6 million

3. The Nut Job – $ 12.3 million

4. Frozen – $ 9.0 million

5. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit – $ 8.8 million

6. I, Frankenstein – $ 8.2 million

7. American Hustle – $ 7.1 million

8. August: Osage County – $ 5.04 million

8. The Wolf of Wall Street -

lonesurvivorposter731f Box Office Report: Lone Survivor Wins Box Office While Audiences See The Wrong HerHere’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Lone Survivor – $ 38.5 million

2. Frozen – $ 15.0 million

3. The Wolf of Wall Street – $ 9.0 million

4. American Hustle – $ 8.6 million

5. The Legend of Hercules – $ 8.6 million

6. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug – $ 8.0 million

7. August: Osage County – $ 7.3 million

8. Saving Mr. Banks – $

thewolfofwallstreet ps 18 Box Office Report: Wolf a Hit AND Miss With Audiences While Christmas Belongs To Old FavoritesHere’s your 5-day Christmas box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug – $ 49.6 million

2. Frozen – $ 44.3 million

3. Anchorman: The Legend Continues – $ 35.6 million

4. The Wolf of Wall Street – $ 34.3 million

5. American Hustle – $ 33.3 million

6. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty – $ 25.5 million

7. Saving Mr. Banks – $ 23.8 million

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youre next 02 300dpi Box Office: Why Did Youre Next Fail to Scare Up Audiences?Lionsgate

“You’re Next” was so widely touted as the next big thing in horror that some pundits even predicted it would be the No. 1 movie at the box office this weekend. Instead, it debuted modestly, all the way down in seventh place, with just an estimated $ 7.1 million.

What went wrong? Here are some possible answers:

Hype: Director Adam Wingard and writer Simon Barrett had… Continue reading Box Office: Why Did 'You're Next' Fail to Scare Up Audiences?